I have tried pretty much every brand, but more recently to name a few, Optimum Nutrition, True Protein,- all the same - bloated belly for hours!! All I use is water and I've gone down as low as 20 grams. STILL get the bloat.
Anyone else like this?
I'd try more probiotics. Eat more yogurt, raw apple cider vinegar, sauerkraut, kim-chi, cruciferous veggies, or other foods known to improve digestion. Could also pick up a probiotic or digestive enzyme supp if you'd prefer.
I promise it is a lactose free product, I distinctly remember it saying lactose free and thermogenesis... Ive also looked it up some more today, and everywhere I see, it says lactose free..
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They may have different versions of the protein such as a lactose free and a low lactose version..... Mine was lactose free...
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-Thats what I found, mind you, there are 2 versions of Lipotropic protein....
Try a pre/probiotic like RPN Gut Health, if you can find it.
Also - try Gemma protein isolate...
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I got bloat from Optimum Nutrition, True Protein, GNC, etc.
All the Whey protein no bloat.
Why not try Egg Whites international: odorless, somewhat tasteless...I can actually drink it right out of the container. You can make any type of protein shake that your imagination will allow. Egg protein is perfect for lactose intolerant people. That's my 2 cents.
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Don't Egg Whites still contain Lactose........aren't they dairy??
Thanks for all the help so far
Dairy is from a cow.